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Articles by Yuki Tanaka

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Yuki Tanaka is Research Professor, Hiroshima Peace Institute, and a coordinator of The Asia-Pacific Journal. He is the author most recently of Yuki Tanaka and Marilyn Young, eds., Bombing Civilians: A Twentieth Century History and of Yuki Tanaka, Tim McCormack and Gerry Simpson, eds., Beyond Victor’s Justice? The Tokyo War Crimes Trial Revisited. His earlier works include Japan's Comfort Women and Hidden Horrors: Japanese War Crimes in World War II.

An Open Letter to Emperor Akihito:
For establishing a genuine democracy in Japan
Reflections on the Commemoration of the Kamikaze Pilots in Pearl Harbor and Chiran
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A Lesson from the Fukushima Nuclear Accident
Photographer Fukushima Kikujiro - Confronting Images of Atomic Bomb Survivors−−
Japan, the Atomic Bomb, and the “Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Power”•Japanese translation available
The Atomic Bomb and “Peaceful Use of Nuclear Energy”
Japanese Atrocities on Nauru during the Pacific War: The murder of Australians, the massacre of lepers and the ethnocide of Nauruans−−
War and Peace in the Art of Tezuka Osamu: The humanism of his epic manga−−
Hiroshima: Breaking the Silence——
A Letter to the Citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki From a Hibakusha residing in Okinawa
Nuclear Noh Drama: Tokyo, Washington and the Missing Nuclear Agreements
The Atomic Bombing, The Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal and the Shimoda Case: Lessons for Anti-Nuclear Legal Movements
The Songs of Nippon, the Yamato Museum and the Inculcation of Japanese Nationalism
Oda Makoto, Beheiren and 14 August 1945: Humanitarian Wrath against Indiscriminate Bombing
Crime and Responsibility: War, the state, and Japanese society
Last Words of the Tiger of Malaya, General Yamashita Tomoyuki
The Hibakusha Voice and the Future of the Anti-Nuclear Movement
Japan's Kamikaze Pilots and Contemporary Suicide Bombers: War and Terror
Godzilla and the Bravo Shot: Who Created and Killed the Monster?
Firebombing and Atom Bombing: an historical perspective on indiscriminate bombing
Indiscriminate Bombing and the Enola Gay Legacy
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A Diplomat's Farewell: An Exchange on US-Japan Relations
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Reflections 68 Years On: How to Address an Irresponsible State 8
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Notes on Nuclear Weapons: Toward Abolition or Armageddon?
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Notes on Nuclear Weapons: Toward Abolition or Armageddon?